SMALL GROUP MINISTRY

MISSION STATEMENT

Deepening the human relationship, enriching the spiritual walk.

Always, you will find yourself warmly welcomed into any and all!  Please check the online calendar for details specific to each!

A COURSE OF LOVE

This course takes you to a new way of knowing the truth of who you are.  From integration of heart and mind, it moves from the personal self to the true Self (capital S) and to co-creation of a new world.  It’s an intimate companion on your journey home.

First and third Wednesdays, September-May, 1:00 p.m.

Facilitators: Elizabeth Stachow and Marty Schmick

 LGBTQ GROUP

Let us celebrate each other as the perfect expressions of Spirit we are!

Facilitators: Kay Miller and Laurel Hammer

MEN’S GROUP

The UIL Men’s Group is a group of guys who meet regularly and privately to help each other be the best they can be in every area of their lives.  The purpose of the group is two-fold. The first is to build friendship, connection, and support. The second is to increase self-awareness and support each other’s quest for passion, joy, purpose and spiritual fulfillment.  Group Rule: What happens here stays here.

Facilitator: Mark Friedrich

WOMEN’S GROUP

The UIL Women’s Group is a group of women who meet monthly to support one another in being the best they can be in every area of their lives.  The purpose of the group is two-fold. The first is to build friendship, connection, and support. The second is to increase self-awareness and support each other’s quest for passion, joy, purpose and spiritual fulfillment.  Group Rule: What happens here stays here.

Facilitator: Shellie Friedrich

SEARCH FOR GOD STUDY GROUP

Search for God study groups provide an opportunity to discuss and apply practical spiritual principles as revealed through Edgar Cayce, a contemporary of the Fillmores.  The Cayce readings note that small groups enhance spiritual development by providing support, balance and perspective on spiritual teachings. The readings further state that the key to growth is to apply spiritual principles in daily life and then to discuss your experiences in a supportive group setting. Each meeting is a mixture of reading, group discussion and silent meditation. This is an open group that welcomes new participants at any time.

Mondays, 7:00 p.m.

Contact: Tom Curley

STUDENTS OF MYRTLE STUDY GROUP

Join Karen Breen-James, L.U.T. on the last Sunday of each month during the 9:00 AM service to discuss Unity Co-Founder Myrtle Fillmore’s loving, gentle way in the healing of our thoughts, bodies, prosperity and overall wellbeing.

Facilitator: Karen Breen-James

OPEN DOOR GROUPS

Finally, please consider Open Door Groups as vehicles of connection and support.  Open Door groups are casual discussion groups, usually purposed to a deepened exploration of the previous Sunday morning experience.  Groups (limited in size) meet in various locations (usually private homes) and at various times to provide maximal opportunity for participation.  Please contact administration for a list of current Open Door Groups and hosts.